While covering the Libyan civil war, the author was seized by Muammar Qaddafi’s forces and held in captivity with two colleagues; a third was killed. This is the story of how an academic found herself imprisoned in Tripoli.
After losing several oil towns, the fighters are attempting to build a real military organization
Behind the front lines, civilian volunteers form an ad hoc supply chain to keep the rebels fighting
U.S. and European missions have cleared the rebels' way forward, but their next steps will require more than bombs
"We left everything. We are never going back. We just wanted to escape."
While defected generals struggle to lead an army, eastern Libyan civilians find a provisional government marred by secrecy and disarray
Is it paranoia, or could pro-regime elements remain in the ranks of military defectors?
Using seized weapons, they've charged themselves with defending against Qaddafi's attempt to retake their cities